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Buddhism in the United States and People of Color
I recently purchased the documentary "Colors of Compassion", which covers a retreat geared toward people of color in the United States. While all of the speakers were very wise, especially Thich Nhat Hanh, this one's message resonated with me the most.
As a Buddhist of color, I was quite happy to see so many people like me involved in dharma work and practice.
Any thoughts on this video or the growth of dharma in communities of color? I especially like her view on mindful activism!